Showing that Marvel aren't the only ones who are good at doing trailers for trailers, games publisher Bethesda Softworks have released a very brief teaser trailer for its new game, Doom.
The granddaddy of modern first-person shooters, the first Doom was developed back in 1993 by American game makers id Software. More than 20 years later, id still makes the Doom games—a rarity in this day of constant intellectual property swapping in the games industry—including the latest one in the series which is currently slated for release on the PS4, Xbox One and its motherbase, the PC.
To hype the game up, they have released a mini-teaser trailer, the full version of which will be shown at gaming's biggest annual convention, the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June.
And in case you missed it, a teaser trailer for the game was also released last year at id Software's very own convention, QuakeCon. You can see it here:
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